Philosiphize's TOP HIP HOP SINGLES


Havoc Havoc - “Always Have a Choice”

“Finally...................I new Havoc had it in him...always had real lyrical talent and I always wondered where it went all these years, looks like years of pain, hardship and losses brought it out...bun a head to this one people!!”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Jul 14, 2009
Jay Z Jay Z - “D.O.A. (Death of Autotune)”

“Listen up Headz....Beat is crazy and Jay-Z ripped the mic..."bump it in the ride and tell me you don't hit rewind every single time...HOV is back pound for pound rhyme for rhyme...greatest to ever do it, blueprint 3, no autotune, witness the genesis of a new time."”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Jun 08, 2009
Mike Dreams Mike Dreams - “Git Live”

“"I shine behind bars, like Shyne behind bars", cold line...keep it up MH, been following you since This Far (which has the best sample of Frankie Lymon I have ever heard).”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Question? Question? - “Getting High In The DJBooth”

“This is a real deal freestyle, Question murdered or should I say "wrecked" the Dj Booth. Been bumpin some of his tracks for awhile, he has always had lyrical talent and the right production could take him to next level. Some other Question tracks to check out: Innocence, Karma (ft. Nippsey Hustle, Yung Berg, Cap-1) Crashing Down (ft. One Republic), and Intoxicated (also feat on DJ booth)”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Drake Drake - “Best I Ever Had”

“"I'm so official, my shirts got no stripes but I can make that pussy whistle" Nuff said, BANGER”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Rick Ross Rick Ross - “All I Really Want ft. The-Dream”

“Anyone giving low ratings to this track needs to listen to it a few more times or bump it in the ride. This track is bangs and is a sure radio hit with the Dream hook. The instrumentals on this are crazy and I'm definetly feeling the sitar, but just could just be my Indian background coming through. After listening to DTP I have to say Ross has stepped up his lyrical game, spitting enough sick lines to make Weezy fans turn. The whole album has an orchestra feel to it and the production team must be given credit....The only flaw I see in the album is that all Ross continues to rap about is sex, money, drugs and livin the life, which in some cases is great, and who doesn't want to ball out of control sometimes....but to really get to know a rapper you need some more retrospective or personal tracks in my opinion. I think he should have addressed the whole C.O. fiasco with a track.....speaking through music makes more people listen, stop rappin about the O's that you keep on flippin' or the girls you be pimpin, then the masses might forget what's written in those magazine clippin's.....Holla at cha bwoy!!!”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 17, 2009
The-Dream The-Dream - “All I Really Want ft. The-Dream”

“Anyone giving low ratings to this track needs to listen to it a few more times or bump it in the ride. This track is bangs and is a sure radio hit with the Dream hook. The instrumentals on this are crazy and I'm definetly feeling the sitar, but just could just be my Indian background coming through. After listening to DTP I have to say Ross has stepped up his lyrical game, spitting enough sick lines to make Weezy fans turn. The whole album has an orchestra feel to it and the production team must be given credit....The only flaw I see in the album is that all Ross continues to rap about is sex, money, drugs and livin the life, which in some cases is great, and who doesn't want to ball out of control sometimes....but to really get to know a rapper you need some more retrospective or personal tracks in my opinion. I think he should have addressed the whole C.O. fiasco with a track.....speaking through music makes more people listen, stop rappin about the O's that you keep on flippin' or the girls you be pimpin, then the masses might forget what's written in those magazine clippin's.....Holla at cha bwoy!!!”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Young Buck Young Buck - “Did You Miss Me”

“Always been a Buck fan, he is lyrically simple but somehow his flow is so smooth it always makes for a good joint.....feeling this track right here...need an album though.....ever realize Bucks hooks are always two-liners?”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Feb 24, 2009
Drake Drake - “Congratulations”

“"I hug and kiss the drumkick, put the beat in my back pocket and just sit....and you could neva be my ass pause...." Wow, does anyone really understand how crazy that line is...let's break it down people, if you were to sit on a beat (especially if you placed something in your back pocket) you would obviously crush it, and indeed Dreezy crushed this beat...and what would be that crushing utensil well that would be his ass, an ass (in other words lyrical content) that no one could ever match...WOW one more time.. Also liked "your dreams are what my reality are, I have your dream girl riding in your dream car..." T.Dot stand up!”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Feb 24, 2009
Cassette Coast Cassette Coast - “I Can't Complain”

“Some Different shit here...It's actually refreshing. Solid track should get lots of radio play. Something to just chill out to with a cold beer. Although I'm rating this a BANGER I would call it a "CHILL" BANGER.”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 11, 2008
Keith Murray Keith Murray - “Don't Hate Me Cause I'm Beautiful”

“Shit Forgot to rate, BANGER!”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 11, 2008
G-Unit
G-Unit - “Ridah (Pt. 2)”

“I see a lot of people gave this track a low rating. I think G-Unit fell off a bit and has developed a bit of bad rep in terms of quality with some of the below average rappers they are representing (40-Glocc, Spider Loc, etc) but the core rappers (namely 50 and Young Buck) are still doing what real rappers do, stay consistent in terms of quality and image. This track has got a Dre like beat (pretty close) and G-unit rides it all the way through on top, and the 50/T-pain part is some cool shit. Definetly bangin' in the ride.”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Mar 09, 2008
50 Cent 50 Cent - “Ridah (Pt. 2)”

“I see a lot of people gave this track a low rating. I think G-Unit fell off a bit and has developed a bit of bad rep in terms of quality with some of the below average rappers they are representing (40-Glocc, Spider Loc, etc) but the core rappers (namely 50 and Young Buck) are still doing what real rappers do, stay consistent in terms of quality and image. This track has got a Dre like beat (pretty close) and G-unit rides it all the way through on top, and the 50/T-pain part is some cool shit. Definetly bangin' in the ride.”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Mar 09, 2008
Young Buck Young Buck - “Ridah (Pt. 2)”

“I see a lot of people gave this track a low rating. I think G-Unit fell off a bit and has developed a bit of bad rep in terms of quality with some of the below average rappers they are representing (40-Glocc, Spider Loc, etc) but the core rappers (namely 50 and Young Buck) are still doing what real rappers do, stay consistent in terms of quality and image. This track has got a Dre like beat (pretty close) and G-unit rides it all the way through on top, and the 50/T-pain part is some cool shit. Definetly bangin' in the ride.”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Mar 09, 2008
Lloyd Banks Lloyd Banks - “Ridah (Pt. 2)”

“I see a lot of people gave this track a low rating. I think G-Unit fell off a bit and has developed a bit of bad rep in terms of quality with some of the below average rappers they are representing (40-Glocc, Spider Loc, etc) but the core rappers (namely 50 and Young Buck) are still doing what real rappers do, stay consistent in terms of quality and image. This track has got a Dre like beat (pretty close) and G-unit rides it all the way through on top, and the 50/T-pain part is some cool shit. Definetly bangin' in the ride.”

Philosiphize's Rating:                     Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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